On the evening of October 19, we will hold a local-to-global ballot initiative party. Interested members are invited to serve as “flash presenters” on global parallels and arguments for and against select ballot initiatives. The format will be short presentations in breakout rooms to allow for multiple presentations and maximize audience engagement. The goal of this activity is to educate members on what it means to be a “local-to-global” voter.
Interested in presenting on a local-to-global ballot initiative? Let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pacific Council believes that having a local-to-global mindset as a voter leads to better policy outcomes. In this vein, we have identified several California ballot initiatives in the upcoming election that have a local-to-global connection. Learn more about these measures and their global implications in our recently published Guide to California Ballot Measures.